Is it just me or is Microsofts Intelligent Message Filter 2003 just about the worst thing out there for anti-spam? I've googled high and low for some backing but everyone seems to think it's great. Is Microsoft paying these people off our what? I've worked with IMF in many different orgs and it is pathetic and 100% incompetent. It has a nack for catching all the good mail as spam, while leaving obvious phishing and spam in the inbox.
This is what I must know - if you think IMF is bad too - please tell me your horror stories. Capture rates and false positive rates would be great to know. I just want to make sure I'm not the only person in the world who thinks this stuff is a joke!!!